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Jan 3, 2010 11:00pm EST
. >>> in the meantime, uncle sam is issuing new security rules for all airlines flying into the united states. passengers will be subjected to body screens and pat downs. the security administration says that they are starting tomorrow. all passengers can also expect extra scrutiny on random flights. >>> the biggest hole is that people get on board. they have pollings. we should not get on the airplanes without going through the secondary screening. >> tsa as they pull but for more use in the united states and adding air marshals to the international flights. >>> just today, a man skirting through the airport in new jersey and police are looking for them. authorities say that the man walked through the screening check point into the secure check point for them. and flights have been grounded and passengers are being rescreened. police are looking at surveillance tapes to try to identify that man. >>> yes, the ravens clinch their wild card playoff spots with the win against the oakland raiders today. it was the show out here as they ran for the career high, 157 yards and three touchdowns, lead
Jan 18, 2010 11:00pm EST
of my patients in united states name a baby after me, after 35 years. in the middle of all the sorrow you can still find the joy, and that was, that was just a gift. >> reporter: they have some amazing stories down there. you can follow dr. witter and her husband as they work to treat the haitians. we have linked their blog to our website, jamani on the border wasn't damaged by the earthquake and the haitians have streamed toward that area ever since the earthquake happened, many of them with serious, life threatening injuries. >> we've been hearing about the lack of food and water and supplies. do they have everything they need to help the people they're reaching out to. >> reporter: they're in the dominican republic so they have more help there. as far as the medical supplies they need, that's something they're going to need more of. they were talking about antibiotics, thinking like rubbing alcohol, things like that they don't have on hand. not to level they would have here. and the donations that have been coming in are slow to get there. they say it's getting better
Jan 13, 2010 11:00pm EST
different tone from '94, clearly a different tone from a year ago in the united states. >> reporter: the former governor referring to the republican revolution that gave republicans control of the u.s. congress in 1994. he says this time the push is being led by conservative democrats and independents. i did ask the governor if he was thinking about another run against martin o'malley. he says he's still considering his options. christian schaffer, abc2 news. >>> suddenly not just that group taking issue with o'malley's fiscal policies. a number feel it was the governor who played a key role with getting maryland in its current predicament. >> tough decisions are going to have to be made and we're going to see what the governor has done and then the general assembly is going to have to do what we can do. >> i believe we should have been doing this incrementallily over the years instead of trying to do it all at once and now makes it much more difficult to fix. >> lawmakers from both sides of the political spectrum said the road ahead is a difficult one and some state programs will f
Jan 11, 2010 11:00pm EST
is not the a good combination behind the wheel. >> and the crashes across the united states, $630 million is the cost every day. >>> you saw the top three. maryland finished behind illinois and ahead of new york. north carolina, oregon, tennessee were tied. >>> and new danger lurking in products for children. now wal-mart is culling some imports and photo watchdog grounds are watching. there they he are in popular toys. some have been using cadmium. they t can be as bad if not worse than lead. we'll be ruth back. (announcer) let's say you need a little advice sears personal shopper, can i help you? hi, i want a wii game that will make me sweat. do you like to dance? duh, uh uh... probably not boxing? only when provoked sword fighting ching, pah! chaa... oh yea. i've got the perfect one for you. there's even a light sword. ooooowwww... ship it. (announcer) chat, email, or phone. personal shopper, another way to shop your way at sears. life. well spent. announcer: there's an easier way. do your payroll with intuit online payroll. just enter employee hours. it calculates all the taxes and cr
Jan 22, 2010 11:00pm EST
the united states. >> the f.b.i. was provided with specific names and descriptions of several non-arabs who trained with him in yemen. . >>> well, in the midst of despair in haiti, more miracles to share tonight. an international search team pulled a 22-year-old man from the rubble ten days of that earthquake and rescue teams also saved a 69-year-old woman who had been buried under debris. hundreds of thousands of haitians are filling buses, ferries, and setting out on foot to get out of the capital. international aid is still not reaching many people, but there is some good news here as well. part of haiti's crippled sea port reopened today. >> this is bringing in the goods these people need, so us protecting this is our number one priority right now. >> the government is searching for sites to build tent cities for the hundreds of thousands of homeless. >>> a group of doctors and nurses has traveled to haiti every year to provide surgical care. now it is turned into the mission of a lifetime for the physicians for humanity. they're expected to arrive in haiti sometime tomorrow, working at
Jan 1, 2010 11:00pm EST
the country. it appears that olivia is the first baby anywhere in the united states. >> that was cool. still kind of sinking in. >> reporter: olivia is extremely quiet. this. [ crying ]. >> reporter: was the first peep she made even after they are parents were interviewed for ten minutes. >> and then they got closer and stronger, the contractions, and that was really scary. i had to go to the hospital. >> reporter: the rest is history. the delivery went smoothly. four second after midnight, what a way to start the new year. >> it was a surprise. >> it was, it was exciting. >> the allenes also have a 16-month-old girl at home. hospital officials say there was a baby born in chicago this morning ten seconds after midnight. no official national registry to check the times but they believe olivia is baby number one in the country this year. >>> americans might be known for the so-called polar bear plunge. but that is tame compared to that in italy and rome. four men jumped off the bridge into tigar river below, temperatures were in the 50s. in scotland, hundreds took a dip in the river firth. oo
Jan 10, 2010 11:00pm EST
mcconnell saying that about an african- american candidate for president of the united states, interrupt me this chairman and the dnc would be screaming for his head, very much they were with trent lott. >> reporter: the republican senate leader was force together step down in 2002, despite his apologies for remarks he made about strom thumb beyond. in a flu book called "gym change o. senator reid is quoted as saying "that america was ready to "elect a light- skinned african-american with no negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one." democrats echoed the president's response scat that the book is closed. >> i think senate reid stepped up and acknowledged that they were wrong and abombingsed to the president and he accepted the apology and we're moving on. >> he not only apologized to the president, but he has apologized to all the black leadership he could reach. the president has accepted the apology and seems to me the issue should be closed. >> reporter: republicans say -- . >> then it becomes a personal issue for senator reid and does he believe with this on his reco
Jan 12, 2010 11:00pm EST
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Jan 14, 2010 11:00pm EST
by the earthquake in haiti. more are at risk unless rescue work are can pry them from the rubble. the united states is taking the lead in recovery efforts as people and supplies pour in from around the world. possible possible pledged more than $100 million for emergency relief. how soon help aroofs will determine the teen death toll. >>> in the devastated city of port-au-prince, it's a race against time. on the other side of this rubble is a woman named sarah trapped for two days but still able to communicate with rescuers from virginia. >> we know she's thirsty, calling out for water. she sounds very strong. >> reporter: as many as eight more survivors were found in the destroyed hotel, all but one are american. too often the news is not so hopeful. the red cross puts the dtsd toll in haiti between 45,000 and 50,000. bodies are piling up around the city. many cemeteries have no more space to bury the dead. >> i think in the next few days people are going to be running out of food, out of water, i think we need help. >> reporter: thousands of injured are being treatedded in makeshift medical cente
Jan 27, 2010 11:00pm EST
on the state of the union address. >> the president of the united states. cheers. >> reporter: president obama didn't sound like a president, humbled by his historic efforts to fix health care and the economy. >> we do not give up. we do not quit. we do not allow fear or division to break our spirit. >> reporter: the president spent most of the speech on the economy and jobs. offering help for middle class families. >> we'll extend our middle class tax cuts. >> reporter: and small business the. >> i'm proposing a new small business tax credit to go those who raise wages and hire new workers. let's eliminate all capital gains taxes on small business. starting in 2011, we are prepared to freeze government spending for three years. >> reporter: on you unfinished business on health care reform he left little doubt where he stood. >> don't walk way from health care reform. not now. now when we're so close. let's finish this job for the american people. >> reporter: delivering the g.o.p. response from richmond was governor bob mcdonnell. >> in the past year, more than 3 million people have lost thei
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